Aired 4 months ago 4:02
Richard Lewis Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
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Aired 7 months ago 9:50
Isabel Hardman's Sunday Interviews Roundup - 07/10/18
Isabel Hardman presents the best from Sunday's interviews. Highlights today come from Sir Richard Dearlove, John McDonnell, Brandon Lewis, Simon Coveney and Nicola Sturgeon. Produced by Matthew Taylor.
Coffee House Shots
Aired 3 months ago 118:28
#241 Dick Cavett
Gilbert and Frank kick off 2019 by welcoming back the legendary Dick Cavett, who shares delightful anecdotes about Jack Benny, Stan Laurel, Truman Capote and Walter Winchell (among others) and looks back on memorable interviews with Orson Welles, John Lennon, Frank Capra, George Harrison and Laurence Olivier. Also, Peter Lorre fails an audition, Lily Tomlin storms off the stage, Bob Hope comes to Lincoln, Nebraska and Jack Paar sabotages "Fat Jack" Leonard. PLUS: Oskar Homolka! "Chuckles Bites the Dust"! The return of Richard Loo! Johnny Carson disses Jerry Lewis! And Dick introduces Groucho at Carnegie Hall!
Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
Aired 6 months ago 26:18
103 - The Keepers: The Lenny Bruce Collection
One of the most controversial, outspoken men of the last century, comedian Lenny Bruce spent much of his life in court defending his freedom of speech and First Amendment rights. His provocative social commentary and “verbal jazz” offended mainstream culture and resulted in countless arrests on obscenity and other charges. Over the decades, since his death from a heroin overdose in1966, Lenny’s only child Kitty Bruce, became his keeper, gathering and preserving everything related to her father’s life. We follow the saga of this collection from daughter Kitty's attic — to archivist, Sarah Shoemaker, who drove a van to Kitty’s house in Pennsylvania to gather this historic collection to take to Brandeis University. With the help of an endowment from Bruce's long time friend and supporter Hugh Hefner, creator of Playboy Magazine, and his daughter Christie Heffner, the collection is now cataloged and open for use by all. The archive comes alive in the story of this brilliant, pioneering, complicated man who paved the way for comedians like George Carlin, Richard Pryor and Lewis Black.
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